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FC Barcelona News: 3 November 2016; Luis Enrique Up for FIFA Award, Barcelona B Win

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Messi tunnel spat caused by 'asshole' Arteta comment - Goal.com
The Spaniard, who is part of Pep Guardiola's coaching staff at Man City, reportedly confronted the Barca forward behind the scenes at the Etihad Stadium. "What are you waiting for?" Spanish TV station La Sexta claim Arteta told Messi in the tunnel. "Go and get changed, asshole."

FC Barcelona's Luis Enrique shortlisted for Best FIFA Men’s Coach 2016 | FC Barcelona
FIFA has announced the names of the ten candidates for the inaugural Best Men’s Coach award 2016, and as would only be expected, Luis Enrique’s name is among those on the shortlist. In his second year in charge, the Asturian led the team to the Liga and Copa de Rey double, and started his third by adding the Spanish Super Cup to the collection.

FC Barcelona's Leo Messi leads the way in the Champions League | FC Barcelona
Leo Messi is the leading goalscorer in the current edition of the Champions League with seven, including yesterday’s away to Manchester City. And he’s also tied for top spot, with the same tally of seven goals, in La Liga. He shares pole position with team-mate Luis Suárez, both with one goal more than Griezmann (Atlético Madrid) and Iago Aspas (Celta).

Manchester United's Angel Gomes tracked by Barcelona - sources - ESPN FC
Manchester United face a battle to keep hold of Angel Gomes, amid interest from Barcelona, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC. Barcelona are tracking Gomes after being alerted to his potential since he joined Manchester United in 2014 after impressing on trial.

Barça B v València Mestalla: First beats second (3-1) | FC Barcelona
The victory was hard-fought and came following a comeback after Aridai put València ahead. However, three Dani Romera goals created for him by three excellent assists by Jesús Alfaro, gave Barça B the win that consolidates their first position in Group 3 of the Division 2B with 25 points.

U.S. youth Ben Lederman back at Barcelona academy with Polish passport - sources - ESPN FC
U.S. youth international Ben Lederman has returned to Barcelona's youth academy, having acquired a Polish passport, sources confirmed to ESPN FC. Spain-based journalist Josep Capdevila first reported the news.